Fellow, Center for the Study of American Government
Johns Hopkins University
"Federal Credit Programs: Strengths, Limitations, and Lessons Learned"
Stanton is a Washington, D.C., attorney who specializes in the design and administration of federal programs, especially with respect to credit and financial institutions. He is presently a fellow of the Center for the Study of American Government at the Johns Hopkins University. His books include an earlier book on government-sponsored enterprises, A State of Risk (HarperCollins, 1991), and Government-Sponsored Enterprises: Mercantilist Companies in the Modern World (AEI Press, 2002).
He is President of the Association of Federal Enterprise Risk Management (AFERM), an organization dedicated to improving risk management in federal agencies and programs. He is a Fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA), and served as a member of the federal Senior Executive Service for almost five years.
Mr. Stanton teaches as an adjunct faculty member at the Center for Advanced Governmental Studies at the Johns Hopkins University, where he received the award for Excellence in Teaching. He teaches the program’s core course for the MBA/MA in Government, and a graduate seminar on government, risk management, and the financial markets. Mr. Stanton has been an invited witness before many congressional committees and subcommittees.
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